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Dear Mike,

That is brilliant many thanks indeed for your very fast reply it is much appreciated, are there any other resources I could check for further information on this chap? I have his medals that's my interest.

Regards David

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Hi David......

The Canadians do not have Medal Information Cards the way the British do..... They are putting the War Diaries on line but they are not there yet......

Mike

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The LAC is currently working on digitizing all World War One Service Records. They are supposed to have A-D up by the summer 2014 (which we are now into summer) I am awaiting this on pins and needles, as I have 4 soldiers I need to research that fall within this category.

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He was a casualty. Here is the CWGC info.

Date of Death: 01/11/1917 Age: 28

Grave Reference: VI. F. 43. Cemetery: MENDINGHEM MILITARY CEMETERY

Additional Information:

Son of Violet Morphew, of St. Benet's Vicarage, Tottenham, London, England, and the late Henry Leslie Morphew. Born at Shanklin, Isle of Wight.

http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/86876/MORPHEW,%20LEIGHTON%20LESLIE

You can order a photo. of his headstone for a couple of pounds.

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